I cannot browse to a certain website with Windows Vista Home Premi

I cannot browse to a certain website with Windows Vista Home Premi

Post by WW91bmdhbm » Mon, 09 Jun 2008 23:56:00


Hello,

I 've always used windows Home Premium Privately to browse ww.migente.com
and www.blackplanet.com that has since changed 14 days ago now.

I am denied access to these two websites at Home but surprinsingly able to
browse them with my Laptop at work.

I've flushed my DNS, Deleted all Cookies and Temp *** Internet Files but to
no availability of browsing both sites.. What could this be and can someone
help??

Astmann Sise
 
 
 

I cannot browse to a certain website with Windows Vista Home Premi

Post by Mark L. Fe » Tue, 10 Jun 2008 00:06:34

Denied by what? Content Advisor can do that, as can a HOSTS file entry.

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I cannot browse to a certain website with Windows Vista Home Premi

Post by solon fo » Tue, 10 Jun 2008 00:24:47

On Jun 8, 10:56m, Youngandhopeful


You're using the same laptop at home as at work? Right?

There are only a couple of things that I can imagine that may be
different. At home, you might be using a different firewall. Your ISP
DNS host may not be correctly resolving the address, or the route to
those sites might be too slow.

You could call your ISP tech support and ask them to help you.

You could run a 'tracert' and post the results here - Start, cmd, key
in 'tracert www.migente.com'. It may take 5 mins to complete if it is
slow. Right-click the title bar, select Edit, Mark, highlight
everything you see in the results, hit enter, and then paste into your
reply post here.

A single reading isn't very significant, but if you run the tracert at
a time when you notice slowness or you can't reach the page at all, it
could tell me something about why it isn't working -- or, not.

-solon fox

-solon fox
 
 
 

I cannot browse to a certain website with Windows Vista Home Premi

Post by solon fo » Tue, 10 Jun 2008 00:32:31

A hosts file entry on the laptop would also prevent her from viewing
those sites at work, or anywhere else. The same would likely be true
of Content Advisor. It has to be something different between the work
network and the home network.

-solon fox

On Jun 8, 11:06m, "Mark L. Ferguson"